TteSports Level 10M Hybrid Advance Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 11 months ago
A Closer Look
First impressions of this mouse are undoubtedly impressive. My first reaction was to try and move that huge thing sticking out the front of it until I later realised that that was meant to be there as it is. This is where you will find the wireless technology as well as the hybrid connector to turn the mouse into wired mode. I must admit it does look particularly strange and it may put off some users, but as long as the performance is there and it doesn’t feel odd while the mouse is in operation, then I don’t see any problem having it like this.
Analogue Thumb Control?
Down the left side of the mouse, you’ll find two navigation buttons marked A and B. These are typically for forwards and backwards navigation controls, but as I said before the mouse is fully programmable. What’s more interesting, is the lightning bolt symbol on the third button. This third button is still a button but it is also a full analogue stick. How you use this is up to you, but I could imagine this would be useful in games for controlling a camera and possibly controlling turrets in FPS titles.
Down the right-hand side, you can see some nice ergonomic curves are going to give you a comfortable hand resting position. What’s cool, is that you can look under the top panel of the mouse and see some of the inner workings. There is a red cable that does look pretty cool, but it’s purely aesthetic rather than functional. Just below that red cable, you can see a small Allen key adjustment bolt matching the one found on top of the mouse. Both of these are adjustable with the tool in the box, allowing you to change the height, angle, and the width of various panels on the mouse
The top panel of the mouse is pretty unique. Towards the front, you will find a small recessed scroll wheel which is RGB lit and offers some soft rubber grip coating for added control. Both the left and right mouse buttons and mounted on their own panels giving them added control and more accurate feedback. There are four small LED lights on the right mouse button too, allowing you to see which profile or DPI level you currently have selected.
Wired or Wireless? Why Not Both!
Further back, you can see a small ventilated section at the top of the mouse; this should help with airflow under your hand and prevent you from getting sweaty hands while gaming. Tucked inside the recess, you can also see a small TteSpots dragon as well as some RGB lighting in there that should look pretty cool when the mouse is sitting on your desktop.
The base of the mouse has a solid metal construction that extends right from the back of the mouse to the very tip of that strange antenna shape. There are five Teflon slip mats of various shapes and sizes, from the larger ones towards the centre of the mouse to the tiny circle one at the front of the weird antenna thing; yes that’s the technical name I’m now going to go with.
Also located on the bottom of the mouse you’ll find the small master power control switch as well as a pairing button which will be handy for those who are using the mouse in a wireless format.